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Aln

A Swedish unit of length approximately equivalent to 59.4 centimeters. Its plural is alnar.
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These musicians, according to their birth years, are Cemal Resit Rey (1904-1985), Hasan Ferit Alnar (1906-1978), Ulvi Cemal Erkin (1906-1972), Ahmet Adnan Saygun (1907-1991) and Necil Kazim Akses (1908-1999).
Kodalli began studying composition in the Ankara State Conservatory at the age of 10 with Hasan Ferit Alnar and Necil Kazim Akses, the two members of a group of Turkish classical composers known as the Turkish Five, the pioneers of western style classical music in Turkey.
The so-called deputy director of the 'interior ministry' of the pseudo-state, Ali Alnar said the fires had been started in six cells and were still going by the evening.
For example, Alzabrjad (aquamarine) is a combination of green olive and shiny gold while Hajar Altopaz (topaz) offers relaxing comfort in royal blue which is interspersed with pure silver shadows and Aqeeq Alnar (agate) blends golden light brown with bronze desert sand," he adds.
BirguI Beyazyuz, Peran Alnar, Filiz Baslar, Mukerrem Esendag, Figen Kansu, Nursel Dogdu, Emine Muezzinoglu, Filiz Ankac, Turkan Mengi, Ozlem Soyalp, Nergul Gezer, Bahire Korel, Sinem Saydam, Behice Baslar, Sibel Tavukcu, Nevber Dogan, Hulya Dimililer, Ceylan Dimililer, Hayal Dimililer, Ozge Refik, Simge Uygur and Zehra Sonya (15) graduated from the different departments such as painting, sculpture, ceramic or graphic design of the faculties filled in the vacant teaching positions of the secondary schools and university levels during the 1990s and first two years of the 2000s.
The Alnar started its journey on June 1, leaving Monrovia, Liberia with what Swedish Captain Henning Kielberg said were legitimate, paying passengers.
When he returned to Turkey in 1930, he became one of the "Turkish Five" (with Saygun, Cemal ReE-it Rey, Hasan Ferit Alnar and Necil Kazym Akses), a group that created new directions for music composition in the early days of the Turkish Republic.